34. Junior Australian Championships
34.1 There is no minimum age limit on persons competing in Junior Australian Championships.
34.2 Australian Junior Championships:
34.2.1 Each State and Territory can enter a maximum of two players in the under 12, under 15 and under 18 Girls age divisions and three players in the under 18 division. Any extra spots that become available can be offered to the other States and the Junior Development Officer is to randomly allocate according to availability
34.2.2 Player's Age Groups will be determined by their age as at the 1st January of that year. The players age at that time must be less than, or equal to, the Age Group in which they are to compete. Girls who are eligible to compete in either the Under 15’ or the Under 18’s are eligible to compete in the Under 18’s Girls
34.2.3 No player can compete in more than one Age Group in any one Championship. A Player can compete in there age group or one age group above. An Under 12 may compete in the Under 12 or Under 15 age group. An Under 15 may compete in the Under 15 or Under 18 age group.
34.2.4 Age Groups for Junior Championships are Under 12's; Under 15's, Under 18’s Girls and Under 18's.
34.4 At each annual general meeting of the AEBF the host States for the following two years Junior Championships, will be confirmed and a vote will be taken to determine the Host State for the third year.
34.5. As a guideline to this determination the AEBF will refer to the chronological order of past championships.
a full copy of the by-laws can be found here, http://aebf.com.au/policy/AEBF-By-Laws.pdf